Nick Jones

10+ years experience in emerging information technology programmes and as a commercial business director in a variety of Internet related technology businesses and capability development programmes. Understands intuitively new information and communication technologies and their strategic and practical applications. Currently leads and participates in Research sector information technology capability and infrastructure development projects and service provision with distributed R&D teams, along with Governance and Advisory roles with several Research Centres, groups, and service providers.
Programming languages:
Java, PHP, shell
Architectures Known:

Across the globe from the earliest months of 2020 we have witnessed and likely participated in renewed engagement with science and evidence-based policy. Our nations have built rapid response centr... Read more

Attribution: A recent national meeting highlighted the essential contribution software engineering makes to science. According to a 2014 survey of 15 Russell Group universities in the UK, 56% of re... Read more

It has been a busy year for those involved in the Strategic Science Investment Fund (SSIF). MBIE are putting into action their management of these investments as a portfolio. Prior to launching the... Read more

A National Research Data Strategy Workshop was jointly hosted late June by NeSI, REANNZ and NZGL, along with guest hosts Te Punaha Matatini, under the auspices of our collaborative eResearch 2020 p... Read more

We are very pleased to announce that New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI) has become an affiliate member of the Software Carpentry Foundation.Attribution: Software Carpentry FoundationPartner... Read more

Modelling of a drug bound to the migraine target Calcitonin gene-related peptide

Molecular modelling in cancer research

Advances in computing are vital to cancer research. They open up opportunities to discover new drugs from the molecular basis of disease.